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Teen Events

Check Out Our New Teen Wednesday Programming Starting this Fall! Click on the Title Of the Program to RSVP and Learn More!

Teen Advisory Group Meeting :  First Wednesday of Every Month

West Orange Public Library TAG members are teens who are passionate about and dedicated to making sure the library is meeting the needs and wants of teens in the community.  TAG members are highly reliable and committed to being actively involved with the library.  Those who have been TAG members for at least one full year and show a high level of dedication may take on a leadership role as a member of the Teen Advisory Board (TAB).

Teen Open Mic Night:  Second Wednesday of Every Month

New for Fall 2017! Come to our monthly teen open mic night to sing, play an instrument, rhyme, read, tell jokes or perform using our new PA system or simply support your friends!  Open to ages 6-12.

Teen Game Night:   Third Wednesday of Every Month

Hangout and play a tabletop game, bring your DS or come play against other West Orange teens on the big screen Wii-U! No registration required! Grades 6-12

Teen Talk!:  Fourth Wednesday of Every Month **STARTS October 2017

New for Fall 2017!  Join us for Teen Talk, a new monthly club where teens can come together in solidarity. Each month will introduce a different topic related to current issues / topics or areas of teen concern chosen by our Teen Advisory Board. The most important part is that this will be a safe space for teens to share their thoughts and be free to be whoever they are!  (*Please note: The views expressed during the program do not necessarily reflect the views of the library or its staff.) 

Dungeons and Dragons:  Every Wednesday at 4pm

Join our ongoing campaign held Wednesday afternoons from 4pm-6:30pm. Registration is required.  Players should be at least 13-years of age.

Special Teen Events:

Writing a Killer College Admissions Essay:  Monday, October 16 at 7pm

Learn tips and tricks on how to structure and execute a successful, memorable college essay during former outside undergraduate admissions reader and former Lafayette College and NYU writing instructor Alisha Davlin's presentation.

Raise the Grade:  Life Skills for Middle School Students: Saturdays October 14 - November 11 from 3pm-4pm

A series of workshops designed to provide a forum for Middle School students to identify their obstacles and understand how much control they have over their own study environment and habits to become independent learners. Presented by the Michael Aymar Foundation.